29th and 30th September 2004, Frankfurt
The proceeding are
published as CEUR Workshop Proceedings (ISSN 1613-0073):
Semantic Web Services are the next step in bringing the web to its full potential, after adding semantics to the static web. Web services can significantly increase the Web architecture's potential, by providing a way of automated program communication and discovery of services. This can be achieved by adding semantic annotations to the description of the component interfaces already available via standard technologies like WSDL, SOAP and UDDI.
Recently, a new major initiative (WSMO) has started in this area which has attracted a lot of attention. WSMO is an ontology for different aspects of Semantic Web Services aiming at solving the integration problem. The joint working groups around this initiative are developing a proper formalisation language for semantic web services and providing (WSML) and developing a reference implementation of WSMO (WSMX).
The objective of this workshop is to discuss different implementations related to WSMO, and to gain insight in problems related to implementing WSMO. We welcome papers on related topics and demonstrations of prototypes or deployed applications.
The program will occupy two days, and will include presentations of papers selected from the full papers category and demonstrations of working implementations. There will be an invited talk by Frank Leymann. Subject to time constraints, there may also be a panel of experts on a selected topic. Panels will be conducted in such a way as to encourage discussion with the audience.
This workshop is open to all members of the SWS community. Please note that at least one author of each accepted submission must attend the workshop. Submission of a paper is not required for attendance at the workshop. However, in the event that the workshop cannot accommodate all who would like to participate, those who have submitted a paper (in any category) will be given priority for registration.
We invite submissions of full papers, short position papers and demonstrations. We encourage accompanying demonstrations with a position paper. All submissions should be formatted in Springer's LNCS style, and sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Accepted full papers and position papers papers will be included in the proceedings. The workshop proceedings will be distributed at the workshop and will be made available electronically in the CEUR Workshop Proceedings series.
Full papers should be not longer than 10 pages and will be peer-reviewed; position papers will receive no review. Accepted full papers will be scheduled for a presentation at the workshop. In some cases, papers may be presented as part of themed discussion panels. There will be a demonstration session scheduled for demostrating working implementations.
We emphasise that a larger word count does not necessarily confer any greater likelihood of acceptance. In some cases -such as papers describing early work on a project- it is appropriate for papers to be shorter than 10 pages. Figures that help the reader to quickly grasp the essence of complex material are strongly encouraged.
Position statements are limited to 2 pages and should include some or all of the following:
|Submissions due:||25th August 2004 (submission closed)|
|Notification of acceptance:||8th September 2004|
|Camera ready format due:||25th September 2004|
|Workshop:||29th, 30th September 2004|
The workshop will be organised in the Hilton Hotel in Frankfurt. Please
see the Hilton hotel website
for further information and directions.
The preliminary agenda is as follows:
|29th September||9:15 - 9:30||Welcome|
|9:30 - 10:00||GODO: Goal driven orchestration for Semantic Web Services (Juan Miguel Gómez, Mariano Rico, Francisco García, Christoph Bussler) ppt|
|10:00 - 10:30||WOOGLE meets Semantic Web Fred (Uwe Keller, Michael Stollberg, Dieter Fensel) pdf, ppt|
|10:30 - 11:00||Coffee|
|11:00 - 11:30||IRS-III: A Platform and Infrastructure for Creating WSMO-based Semantic Web Services (John Domingue, Liliana Cabral, Farshad Hakimpour, Denilson Sell, and Enrico Motta) pdf, ppt|
||Using WSMX to bind Requester & Provider at Runtime when Executing Semantic Web Services (Matthew Moran, Michal Zaremba, Adrian Mocan and Christoph Bussler) pdf, ppt|
|12:00 - 12:30||Architecture for an Ontology and Web Service Modelling Studio (Holger Lausen and Michael Felderer)pdf, ppt|
|12:30 - 14:00||Lunch|
|14:00 - 15:00||Invited
Talk: Frank Leymann:
"The impact of Web Services on Software”
|15:00 - 15:30||Coffee|
|15:30 - 16:00||Topic Gathering for Working Session on Thursday|
|16:00 - 17:30||Demo
- Enabling execution of Semantic Web Services - WSMX core platform
- SWWS Studio - a WSMO compliant editor
- Ontology Mediation in WSMX
- IRS III
- GODO: Goal driven orchestration for Semantic Web Services
- WOOGLE meets Semantic Web Fred
|30th September||9:15 - 9:30||Welcome|
|9:30 - 10:00||WSMX Execution Semantics - Executable Software Specification (Eyal Oren)pdf, ppt|
|10:00 - 10:30||Towards a Choreography for IRS-III (S. Galizia and J. Domingue)pdf,ppt|
|10:30 - 11:00||Coffee|
|11:00 - 11:30||Demonstrating WSMX - Least Cost Supply Management (Eyal Oren, Alexander Wahler, Bernhard Schreder, Aleksandar Balaban, Michal Zaremba, Maciej Zaremba)pdf, ppt|
|11:30 - 12:30||Panel
Discussion "Where to go with WSMO"
- WSMO API
- WSMO - Ontology Management
- WSMO Studio
- WSMX Roadmap
- IRS III
|12:30 - 14:00||Lunch|
|14:00 - 15:30||Working Sessions|
The list of participants that registered for this workshop:
Dieter Fensel, Digital Enterprise Research Institute
Christoph Bussler, Digital Enterprise Research Institute
Holger Lausen, Digital
Enterprise Research Institute
Eyal Oren, Digital Enterprise Research Institute
Michael Altenhofen, SAP AG, Germany
Jürgen Angele, Ontoprise, Germany
Steve Battle, Hewlett Packard, UK
Richard Benjamins, iSOCO, Spain
Mark Burstein, BBN Technologies, USA
Alistair Duke, BT, UK
Marin Dimitrov, Ontotext, Bulgaria
Stefan Decker, Digital Enterprise Research Institute
John Domingue, Open University, UK
Sungkook Han, Wonkwang University, Korea
Chris Preist, Hewlett Packard, UK
Michael Kifer, University at Stony Brook, USA
Atanas Kiryakov, OntoText, Bulgaria
Enrico Motta, Open University, UK
Bijan Parsia, University of Maryland, USA
Marta Sabou, Vrije Universiteit, N
Takahira Yamaguchi, Keio University, Japan